Category: Kickstart This!
The purpose of Kickstart This! is to alert our readers to Kickstarter campaigns entering their final week. These are the pick of the Kickstarter litter in our opinion, and if we could, we’d be personally backing every last one of these.
So take a look at these campaigns if they haven’t yet crossed your radar!
“Cooperative and multiplayer scenario-based expansion for Spirits of the Forest. In the base game, players compete to acquire the most spirit symbols, which are bound to a different element of nature. Each turn, a player drafts up to two spirit tiles from the forest, collects favor tokens, and moves, places, or recovers gemstones.”Read More
“A game of exploration, piracy, and influence based in a Caribbean-esque setting. Each player commands a ship and crew and seeks to amass the greatest fortune. They do this through pirating, trading, treasure hunting, and (importantly) capturing and maintaining control over the uninhabited but resource-rich islands of the region.”Read More
A dice drafting, deck building, and hand management game featuring miniatures.Read More
“In Tokyo Metro, players take on the role of private investors looking to build up stations across Tokyo, speculate on train lines, and comprise a shared network to benefit multiple parties. In Tokyo Tsukiji Market, players run a fishing company. Through the purchase of fishing licenses, they may take fishing actions to fish and put their catch for sale at a price they choose, which other players may purchase on their turn.”Read More
“Perseverance: Castaway Chronicles introduces the first two episodes in a series of euro-style dice-drafting/dice-placement strategy games. The saga will ultimately consist of four episodes, telling the story of a group of survivors becoming a mighty civilization on a hostile island. As each episode features unique characteristics and a different game feel, they are playable as standalone medium/heavy games but also as a continuous campaign. The theme and story unfolds through evolving game mechanisms across the episodes, also making the rules easier to learn. In the campaign mode, the outcome of each episode influences the next, but the game has no legacy elements and no hidden rules; the whole storyline is infinitely replayable.”Read More